The Music

Mountain Highway

12:30 p.m.

Mountain Highway┬« is an authentic young family band steeped in the traditional bluegrass and gospel music that was originally made famous by icons like Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and Ralph Stanley. The band is comprised of four sibling singers who play banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and guitar, with their father playing upright bass. The teens are often heralded for their tight family harmony.  Mountain Highway hails from Lynchburg, Virginia, but spends much of its time traveling extensively to perform at popular music venues in several states. 

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Tin Can Fish Band

2:30 p.m.

Tin Can Fish Band combines acoustic & electric elements from diverse genres such as bluegrass, folk, rock, roots, & zydeco to create its own unique Americana sound. Reminiscent of such bands as Railroad Earth, The Band and Bob Dylan,TCFB layers traditional acoustic instruments with soaring electric leads on evocative originals, select covers & public domain songs. They have released their first self titled CD and perform throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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Food and Activities

  • Good Waffles and Co. offer sweet and savory novelty waffles- love the chicken and waffles!
  • Uprooted   is a unique food truck concept-the only in the area!  They source organic foods from local farmers, take it directly from the farm and create an awesome, unforgettable cuisine experience straight from a food truck.
  • The Taco Wagon will be serving up quesadillas, nachos, and tacos.
  • Sourdough Pizza Company bakes in a wood-fired oven that cooks pizzas at an incredible 800 degrees  in just 2 minutes. They use whole milk fresh mozzarella and source toppings locally when available. ALL of this makes a fantastic pizza experience!
  • Fantastic coffee - hot or iced and lavender lemonade by Baine's Books and Coffee.
  • Kettle corn and Italian ice, lavender ice cream, and chilly pops, too!
  • Vendors of pottery, jewelry, art, herbal blends, soap, sauces, jellies, fabric craft, folk art, and lavender/herbal body and home products.
  • Lavender craft workshops under the tent:  make a lavender flower crown.  Lavender flower crown workshop $10 at 12:30, 2:00, and 3:30.  Twelve per session and tickets are at the caboose.
  • Potted lavender plants and herbs will be for sale.
  • Pick your own lavender throughout the day- $8 a bunch.
  • Sans Soucy Vineyards from Brookneal, VA will be pouring their special varieties of wine throughout the day.  Have a nice cold glass of their fruity blackberry ginger sangria wine on a hot summer day. Yum!!

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Map, Directions and Contact

From Farmville: 460 W, 5 miles past Pamplin, left on SR 630 (Old Evergreen Rd), 1 mile, then through the railroad underpass, then straight ahead

From Lynchburg: 460 E, 4 miles past Appomattox, right on SR 630 (Old Evergreen Rd), 1 mile, then through the railroad underpass, then straight ahead

Address: 7169 Old Evergreen Rd, Appomattox, VA. 24522

Phone: 434-352-9562 or 434-664-9561

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Where to Find Us

The farm is closed for the season.  Wow!  That was quick!   Special events are by appointment.  Workshops coming in the fall!

Evergreen Lavender's lotions, butters, sprays, and soaps are at Nina Belle's, The American Civil War Museum, and Country Charm in Appomattox.

Look for us at the Lynchburg Community Market on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays year round.  We're inside!

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Upcoming Events

Lynchburg Community Market
Dec 14
07:00AM - 02:00PM
Lynchburg Community Market
Dec 28
07:00AM - 02:00PM